FOLKS ARE GETTING VERY CREATIVE TO NAB A JOB THESE DAYS.
YOU'VE HEARD OF "SPEED DATING."
NOW THERE'S AN EVENT FOR THE JOBLESS CALLED "SPEED NETWORKING".
RECENTLY FREDRICKA CHECKED OUT ONE OF THOSE EVENTS IN ATLANTA.
THE GROUP WHICH HELD THIS "SPEED NETWORKING" EVENT IS CALLED "NETWORKING FOR PROFESSIONALS."
IT HOLDS EVENTS LIKE THIS AROUND THE COUNTRY.
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Jobless, Not Hopeless is a series we began back in April when we met ten different people looking for work. Since then we've matched them up with career coaches, followed them to job interviews and career fairs.
The two stories below will show you how it all started.
You can follow Fredricka Whitfield and all the Jobless, Not Hopeless job seekers every weekend on CNN.
Twenty-two students and three teachers in New Zealand, who returned from a three-week-long language trip to Mexico, may have been infected with the swine flu virus, officials said Sunday.
The suspected infections in New Zealand follow reports that a deadly new strain of the virus cropped up more places in the United States and Mexico Saturday.
The World Health Organization calls this "a public health emergency of international concern."
We're covering all the angles this morning in the CNN Newsroom, with live reports from CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta in Atlanta, Susan Canidotti in New York and Ted Rowlands in Mexico City.
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